Category Archives: Slums and the Right to Housing

Our voice, our rhythm, our rights

By Fubara Tokuibiye Samuel There are two days in my life that I will never forget. The first is the 12th October 2009. On that day I was with a group of peaceful protesters gunned down by security forces. The … Continue reading

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Kenya: ‘I’ve witnessed a million and one forced evictions’

For Blog Action Day 2013, Naomi Barasa, Campaign Organizer with Amnesty Kenya, recounts how seeing women stripping naked to protest inspired her to become a human rights activist. She paints a vivid picture of how brutal forced evictions can be, … Continue reading

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